Being Dark Or Black Is NOT The Matter At All

Being Dark Or Black Is NOT The Matter At All

By Pooja | High School Student A Book Report on The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh   Kalla was a very smart boy. He was only 11 years old but he keeps saying that he is 17 or 18  or 19 years old. People would still believe him even when he say, “I am 20 […]

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Not Fair!

Not Fair!

By Kavita Emmanuel | Founder Director, WOW Each year on Independence Day I get to recite our National Pledge: ‘India is my country and all Indians are my brothers and sisters. I love my country and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage. I shall always strive to be worthy of it…” Are […]

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Common Clay

A haiku by Stacy Wiebe We’re not fashioned from diamonds or opals, but clay warm with divine breath.  I snapped this photo of my son participating in a hands-on sculpting activity at Government Museum, Chennai.

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On Raising Children

By Kavitha Emmanuel | Director, WOW The issue of skin colour goes deeper than we would like to admit. It is actually more than just ‘skin’ deep; it is in our hearts. How does this bias against people of a darker skin colour, really affect the way we live and relate to others?  I have […]

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An ideal Indian woman?

By Kavitha Emmanuel | Director, WOW We often conclude that our worth is based on what we do or how we look. And for many of us, especially women, what we see in the mirror – or what we think we see in the mirror – shapes much of our identity. Added to these notions […]

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